The Rencem alphabet was invented by Eric Allman in July 2013 as a simchen, a challenge to make a quick conscript on half a piece of paper. The conscript was made while waiting in line at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World while waiting to go on the teacups. It is one of his fastest created conscripts being completed after 3 minutes.
At a million add a line on top of the number and that is equal to 10^(3x+3) where x is the number below the line
Upon the barren landscape the passing vagabond could not
begin to judge your value. The secrets you hold are untouched
by human hands, my beautiful Egypt.
A short monologue by Eric Allman.
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